Before you head to Oga’s Cantina for a cocktail at Star Wars Galaxy Edge’s park, you may want to check the price tag. Disney World announced a price increase for annual passes to Disney Parks, which will impact both the out-of-state visitors and Florida residents.
A general public annual Platinum Plus Pass is now $1,219, up from the previous $994 price, while the Platinum Pass is $1,119, an increase from the previous $894. Increases for Florida residents are as follows:
FL Resident Platinum Plus Annual Pass: $999.00 (from $849.00)
FL Resident Platinum Annual Pass: $899.00 (from $749.00)
FL Resident Gold Annual Pass: $699.00 (from $609.00)
FL Resident Silver Annual Pass: $519.00 (from $479.00)
FL Resident Theme Park Select Pass: $439.00 (No Increase)
FL Resident Weekday Select Annual Pass: $349.00 (from $319.00)
Epcot After 4 Annual Pass: $309.00 (from $289.00)
Before you experience too much sticker shock, keep in mind that Disney often raises ticket prices for its various attractions. In March 2019, Disney unveiled its most expensive tickets for the holiday season. Back in October 2018, a price increase to annual passes also took place. But if you’re say, down to eat your way through Epcot or want to indulge in the new Dole Whip FOMOsa, the price of admission could be well worth it. Plus, if the reported Marvel Land is really in the works for a 2020 open date, expect those passes to skyrocket.
With new park, restaurant, and expansion announcements on the daily, my Disney budget will be entering a whole new world (😉).
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